Monday, March 8, 2010


A magic world where laundry is caught up, and never needs to be washed again. A place where children scrape their own plates and put them in the dishwasher, rather than at the opposite end of the counter from the sink. A world where girls actually wear the clothes they try on, rather than take them off and toss them in the hamper.
Utopia, a place where men toss clothes in the laundry basket, not on the floor next to it.

Utopia (sigh).

But now, back to reality. Dishes. Laundry. Whose stuff is this on the table?


Rhonda Gibson said...

Utopia, a place where we can pretend we are Princesses and we have maids! Sorry had to throw that in Brenda. Enjoyable post as always!

Jessica said...

Hahaa! I think Utopia would be a place in which I never had to cook another meal and dishes magically cleaned themselves and reappeared in the cupboards. :-)

brenda minton said...

my Utopia includes a maid like Alice from the Brady Bunch. :-)

Jessica, I love that world, too. My dishes do unload themselves from the dishwasher--with the help of teenagers. Sometimes their is grumbling. And the 14 y.o doesn't like to ewww touch the dirty dishes.

prashant said...

Enjoyable post as always!
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